The New York Giants were one of five teams to join the NFL in 1925, and is the only one that still exists, making the Giants the longest-established team in the league. Giants fans can boast their team ranks third among all NFL franchises with eight NFL titles, four of those coming in the pre-Super Bowl era, and four since the Super Bowl creation, the last of which coming in 2011 when the Giants beat New England Patriots 21-17. The Giants share their MetLife Stadium home with the New York Jets, in New Jersey.
The Giants have one of the longest-running and heated rivalries in NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, making for that fixture being one to look forward to if and when it happens.
Since winning the NFC East division, the Conference championship, and the Super Bowl in 2011, the Giants have only posted a winning season once, that in 2012 when they went 9-7.
Three third place finishes in NFC East have followed, including in 2015 when they finished with a 6-10 record.
One highlight of the Giants’ relatively poor season was Odell Beckham Jr who finished fifth in the NFL for receiving yards with 1,450, this despite him only playing nine games in regular season.
If Beckham Jr stays fit for all 16 games, he should easily smash through the 1,500 yards barrier, and help carry the Giants up the standings where they belong.
Best New York Giants Betting Lines
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New York Giants Regular Season Schedule
The full New York Giants regular season schedule can be found in the calendar widget below, use it to plan your Giants betting activity.
Keep an eye open for the post-Thanksgiving fixtures that see the Giants hit the road to Pittsburgh and Cleveland, plus another chilly encounter in London, UK, against the Los Angeles Rams.
What Are The New York Giants Standings
What are the New York Giants standings right now? Are the living up to the hype of being the NFC East’s second favorites? Let us take a look and find out.
|2||Kansas City Chiefs||7||5||2||207||161||0.714|
|3||Los Angeles Rams||7||5||2||212||138||0.714|
|5||New England Patriots||7||5||2||195||166||0.714|
|9||New Orleans Saints||6||4||2||171||133||0.667|
|13||Green Bay Packers||7||4||3||164||161||0.571|
|24||Los Angeles Chargers||7||3||4||137||131||0.429|
|25||New York Jets||7||3||4||137||161||0.429|
|28||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||6||2||4||145||151||0.333|
|30||New York Giants||7||1||6||112||156||0.143|
|32||San Francisco 49ers||7||0||7||123||186||0|
How To Win New York Giants Bets
Those of you looking for a long-shot bet on the New York Giants this season should look at the +4000 on offer for them to win the 2017 Super Bowl, but if you like money you should probably save it for something more likely.
The +250 for the Giants to win NFC East looks like it could have value, especially as they should have a fit Odell Beckham Jr, and the fact there are still question marks over favorites, the Dallas Cowboys.
Giants’ defense in 2015 was awful finishing bottom of the NFC and NFL overall with 6,725 net total yards for 420.3 yards per game, and allowing 27.6 points per game. This has to improve, period.
Offense fared better and was sixth in the NFC with 5,956 net total yards, and 26.3 points per game. Expect the passing yardage of 4,347 (271.7 yards per game) to increase if Beckham Jr remains fit for 16 games.
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